Ledzokuku Municipal Planning Committee (LeKMPC) holds a Spatial Planning Committee meeting on 27th January 2022. The meeting which took place at the conference hall/assembly hall saw the attendance of the M.C.E, Honorable Mordecai Quarshie, the Municipal Chief Director, Engr. John Tsikor, Secretary of the Spatial Planning, key members of the committee and some members of the heads of departments and units of the assembly.

Stakeholder Engagement at Akro East

After a tour of the Akro East area, with heads of departments from LeKMA and the Assemblyman, the Honourable M.C.E sat with members of the community to outline his objectives and listen to their concerns and suggestions.
Hon. Mordecai Quarshie spoke more about sanitation, which was the major issue the community raised. The head of the Municipal Environmental Health department promised to tackle that as soon as possible.


The Municipal Chief Executive for Ledzokuku Municipal Assembly Hon. Mordecai Quarshie on the 13th of January, 2022 inaugurated the disability fund management committee of the assembly. The committee is to coordinate all disability issues in the Municipality and to ensure that, poverty is minimized among all people living with disability. (PWDS) particularly those outside the formal sector and enhance their social image through dignified Labour. The seven member committee was chaired by Hon. Saint Kabu, social services subcommittee chairman. Others are Miss Vida Adzomain, District Director of social Welfare, Mr. Bernard Laryea, District representative, National Council for persons with disability, Madam Sandra Baako, representative Finance department. The rest are Miss Christiana Akonno, representative of central administration and Elizabeth Akrong representing department of education (special education). Present at the ceremony was the Municipal Coordinating Director, Mr. John Tsikor

Stakeholder Engagement at Tsuibleoo South

Yesterday at the Arise for Christ Church, the maiden stakeholder engagement begun with residents of Tsuibleoo South.
The MCE shared his vision dubbed: MAKE LeKMA WORK Project. This project has four areas These are;
Sanitation, Security, Education, Health and Discipline. To make LeKMA work, some sacrifices must be made thus, the MCE pleaded with residents to support the Assembly not the wrongdoers. The MCE also indicated that from time to time the Assembly will be brought to the doorsteps of residents so to enhance the relationship.
The residents had the opportunity to raise key issues affecting them. It is noteworthy that Drains, Roads and Bridges are their major issues.
In response, the MCE promptly tasked the Roads Engineer, Works Engineer and Physical planning to mark all encroached houses and properties to pave way for demolishing works so that the Assembly from March will start work on drains and bridges within the electoral area. Abotsi Hanya Road Extension hopefully will be constructed for the good people of Tsuibleoo South.
LeKMA is working for you and with you to serve you

Stakeholder Engagement at Tsuibleoo North

Tsuibleoo North’s stakeholder engagement with the Honourable MCE of the Ledzokuku Municipal Assembly was a success, as community members interacted with Mr. Mordecai Quarshie and the heads of departments at the assembly.
The MCE, made known his vision of making LeKMA work to those in attendance, who commended him for such an initiative. They took turns to ask questions and make suggestions on Sanitation, Security, Drains and Road Safety, which were received in good faith.